I honestly didn’t think I’d want to do my podcast again, but this time I’m doing it with two of the coolest people on the planet, and I am super excited to share them with you.

Nada Chehade is a Palestinian woman who grew up in the UAE and lives in Montreal Canada. Nada is a woman I absolutely adore, I call her a powerhouse because by her own words, she was married for ten months, and then suddenly realized that wasn’t the life that she was meant for. So she left her husband, her family, and her life in the UAE behind and moved to Canada, throwing caution to the wind and demanding a better life for herself.

Savannah Worley is a former journalist who needed to focus on her own mental health to survive and now focuses her attention on changing the world one essay at a time. You can find all her work on Medium, where she writes about politics, celebrity culture, and mental health. Savannah comes across when you first meet her as shy and demure, but she’s a fighter by every standard of the word. Refusing to give up on herself and the people she loves, Savvy writes for those who haven’t yet figured out how to write for themselves.

And I’m Devon J Hall, the Loud Mouth Brown Girl, a writer who refuses to believe that people are supposed to suffer so that a small group of people can be comfortable. I honestly think that together the three of us are going to do great things and I am excited to share my friends with you.

I don’t often get an opportunity to collaborate with people, mostly because I’m afraid it’s not going to work, but we’re going to do 15 shows together over this season and I’m excited to see what we bring to the table to share with you all.

We’re not sure when the show is going to start airing yet but I’ll keep you updated don’t forget to sign up for the newsletter starting in May 2023 for even more LMBG updates!

Sending all my love,

Devon J Hall

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